Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy allows people do the activities they want and need to do. If you or your family member have been recently diagnosed with a new health condition, occupational therapy can help you answer the question, “now what?”

With occupational therapy, you can:

  • Maintain or rebuild your independence, including the use of assistive devices
  • Improve coordination, vision or cognitive function after a stroke or head injury
  • Rebuild fine motor strength after an upper arm injury or hand injury
  • Reverse the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease with LSVT BIG treatment

The first session begins with a conversation about you – your life, your goals and your challenges. Then, the therapist will collaborate with you on a treatment plan that fits your life and goals. Read more about our lead Occupational Therapist Sabine Kaul-Connolly.


Pediatric occupational therapist Sarah Peery helps a child with fine motor skills.

Occupational Therapy for Kids

Occupational therapy helps children and teens succeed in the everyday activities of their lives, including reaching milestones, practicing self-care and thriving at school. These therapies look like play, but underneath the fun are evidence-based programs designed to help children meet their goals.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy can help with:

  • Fine motor skills, such as handwriting or dressing
  • Gross motor skills, such as balance and coordination
  • Developmental delays, such as Autism or ADHD
  • Sensory processing
  • Self-regulation
  • Behavioral strategies

Read more about our lead pediatric therapist, Sarah Peery.

Interested? Call 548-3421 to schedule an evaluation.